Bruce Kelly works in Guelph for http://www.farmfoodcare.org/ He does research on water issues that affect agriculture. We played a bunch of random tunes.
Sharon Gross from Alma visits The Agriculture Show. She brings news of many local events supporting local theater, fundraisers, farm safety, roast beef dinners, and many other evens being held in the countryside.
Our guests today were representing The Ontario Poetry Society, or TOPS. http://www.theontariopoetrysociety.ca/
Our guests in studio were Roberto Angelis (branch manager), Fran Figge (ontario president), Jockie Loomer-Kruger, Barbara Lefcourt, and Patricia McGoldrick. Out of studio guests John Oisthoorn and Debbie Okunhill whose poems were recited by the in studio guests. The music today was created by Roberto Angelis.
Karla Kale from http://waterlooregionmuseum.com/ brings us news from the Waterloo Region Museum on Huron Rd.
Agriculture is one of the many display and programming initiatives at the Museum. The music we play is from 3 local groups who were top billboard artists in the 60’s and 70’s.
The North Dumfries Community Club has been in existence for over 100 years. The club provides educational and social opportunities for its members. This is a recording of the feb 4 2014 meeting of the club at the Ayr Fire Hall.
In the studio today is Eric Lockey, Tony Tennant, and Devon Homick. We talk about the first steps in the agriculture chain when the farmer makes their decisions for crop inputs and crop marketing. Our guests work at www.fspartners.ca Eric brought along a bunch of tunes for us to play.
Chase Phillips is in our studio today. We talk about bio-tech. Chase also brought along some great tunes to play.
Celie Diebold and Victoria Kyle are in the house today. Our guests talk about the work of the http://www.plowingmatch.org as they promote the efforts of the various plowing match associations in the province. Watch here for news of the 2014 match http://www.plowingmatch.org/index.php/home-2014 Victoria brought along some great tunes to play.